After struggling to teach stoichiometry with 'magic' mole cards, etc. I decided to use the method/format I used for 20 years in the Pharmaceutical industry. I call it "Do the U" and it gives students a plan to solve grams to grams stoichiometry problems. I describe the process in the packet and include a reference sheet that I give my students to put in their notebooks.
Even if you don't "Do the U", I include 3 scaffolded (easier, medium-er(?), harder), two sided grams-to-grams stoichiometry worksheets with answer sheets you can use with whichever method you choose to teach solving stoichiometry problems.
I give this in MS Word format so you can edit/copy both the template for solving the stoichiometry problems, to make your own worksheets, and/or to copy/edit the table to give students (if you don't like Comic Sans, for example.). The table came from PowerPoint, so hopefully you can get it back there to show students, if desired. Enjoy!
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